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:20. andrea and mike? >> thank you, monika. she's the good wife, the wife of ex-coach jerry sandusky says her husband is innocent of the allegations against him. >> this is the first time dottie has made any comment since police arrested her husband last month. she made a statement through her husband's lawyer a day after a grand jury report said one of the alleged victims screamed in vain trying to get her to help while the husband, sandusky, attacked him in a basement bedroom. dottie said that incident never happened. jerry sandusky is facing more than 50 charges stemming from what authorities say were assaults on ten boys in his home, on the penn state property and elsewhere. he's now out of jail for the second time, this time on a $250,000 bond. >>> the time is 5:21. sports is next when the news continues. >> we have a preview of tonight's big army/navy game. the lady terps shining on the hardware. they took on delaware state. we have highlights coming up next. another look at the question of the day this morning, the sale of one of these things jumped 74% in the weeks leading up to chris
, former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky is waking up behind bars because yesterday police led him away in handcuffs again. this time, following 12 new charges of child sex abuse. the latest victim is accused the 67-year-old saying they met him through his second mile charity like the others. sandusky was charged on november 5th initially. he's acknowledged since then, showering and horsing around with boys but he said he never sexually abused them. he's now facing more than 50 counts including abuse that is alleged to have occurred on the penn state campus. sandusky is being held on a $250,000 bail. >>> the military is now saying partial remains from at least 274 americans, american troops are lying in a virginia landfill this morning which is far more than the military had originally acknowledged after accusations the air force grossly mismanaged the remains of fallen service members at its military mortuary in dover. all of this is according to "the washington post." the remains were cremated, incinerate and taken to a king george county landfill between 2004 and
coach jerry sandusky will face his accusers later today. that story after the break. >> plus, today the house is expected to try to extend our payroll tax cuts even though the bill is never expected to make it to the president's desk. quick check of traffic now, monica. >> mike, we'll take a look at new york avenue at ninth street coming in from cheverly. all lanes are open into this corridor. coming up in my next report, we'll take a look into virginia at 5:29. you're watching 9news now. we'll be back in two minutes. yeah, i'm married. does it matter? you'd do that for me? really? yeah, i'd like that. who are you talking to? uh, it's jake from state farm. sounds like a really good deal. jake from state farm at three in the morning. who is this? it's jake from state farm. what are you wearing, jake from state farm? [ jake ] uh... khakis. she sounds hideous. well she's a guy, so... [ male announcer ] another reason more people stay with state farm. get to a better state. ♪ >> i'm andrea roane. >> i'm mike hydeck. monika samtani has traffic. >> good morning, my friend. >> lots of sc
to properly respond to reports they received that former defensive coordinator jerry sandusky sexually assaulted a young boy at the campus sports complex. our reporter scott broom will be in the courtroom. watch his reports tonight on 9news now. >>> later this morning, the army intelligence analysts suspected of passing government secrets to wikileaks appears in a military court in fort meade, maryland. today's hearing for private first class bradley manning is the equivalent of a grand jury convening. prison are expected at the -- protestors are expected at the hearing site. >>> this afternoon the house and senate are expected to vote on a deal to avoid a partial shutdown of the federal government at midnight tonight but the budget compromise will create some problems with how the district government spends its own funds. 9news now reporter surae chinn is live on capitol hill with more. good morning surae. >> reporter: good morning. it's usually the case right? the d. c. government loses out but you know the threat of working through the holidays could be helping motivate congress to
was fired last month in the wake of the sexual abuse allegations against his former assistant coach jerry sandusky. >> sandusky now free on $250,000 bond wearing an ankle brace let will face his alleged victims in court tuesday on a preliminary hearing. he was arrested again after two more victims have come forward. sandusky continues to maintain his innocence. >> he's still missing and sunday, family, friends and coworkers held a vigil for the wssc employee charles duckett. he disappeared while he was on a managed deer hunt in the watershed december 2nd. duckett's boat was discovered but no sign of the 35-year-old. >> we want to find my brother. we'll do whatever we have to do to find him. wssb has been great with the search in trying to do everything that they can possibly do to find him. we won't give up. we want to know if he's out here here. >> he has been sanitation employee for seven years now. he's married with three children. >>> five juveniles are hospitalized after allegedly stealing a jeep and crashing it into a pole. police say the driver was the youngest of the five, just 1
and jerry sandusky's lawyer says his client also plans to waive his arraignment hearing on january 11th. the former penn state defensive coordinate her a preliminary hearing scheduled yesterday but sandusky only stayed at the courthouse for a few minutes, long enough for his attorneys to waive the appearance. his accusers were prepared to testify that sandusky had sexually abused them. sandusky's attorneys say he will fight the charges and will not negotiate a plea. >>> an investigation is underway into what caused a fire at an historic site into leesburg, virginia. greg hudson sent us this video last night's fire. a horse barn. it is the former home of westmoreland davis, elected virginia's governor in 1917. the park also houses an international equestrian center. fortunately no animals were inside the barn and no people were hurt. >>> a bill to extend payroll tax cuts past the end of the year is on the way to the senate. but the democrats on that side of the hill say the bill is dead on arrival because an item house republicans included in the bill they passed last night would speed u
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